Web Site Disclaimer and Privacy Policy

David M. Hunter, Attorney and Counselor at Law and dmhunter.com

 This site is provided as a general information service. The information contained on this site does not constitute legal advice and is presented without any representation or warranty whatsoever, including as to accuracy or completeness. Listing of an offered service does not indicate a specialty or certification in any area of law.

Privacy Philosophy
David M. Hunter has developed a web site located at www.dmhunter.com to facilitate your access to information about his law practice. This  Statement of Privacy Policy ("Privacy Policy") outlines online privacy procedures. By visiting dmhunter.com, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy.

Information and the Internet
Your Internet Service Provider ("ISP") allow you to have access to the Internet. This ISP may collect information about your usage of our site, accordingly, you should check the privacy policy of the ISP that you use.

IP Addresses and "Cookies"
Web servers automatically recognize domain names. dmhunter.com's server will specifically recognize the domain name and address of all site users. dmhunter.com's server may transfer a text file (also known as a "cookie") to your computer's hard drive for record keeping purposes. The cookie assigns a unique, random number to your computer. It does not contain information that would personally identify you. Our log files may record data reporting the categories or sections on our site that you have visited along with the cookie information.

Other Information We May Collect
In addition to the information gathered that is not personal to you, you may have the opportunity, at your discretion, to provide personal information. If this is the case, you will be prompted to volunteer this information. You do not need to enter this information in order to browse dmhunter.com.

External Hyperlinks
dmhunter.com provides links to web sites operated by other parties. The links are provided for your convenience only. The presence of a link does not imply any endorsement of the material on the web sites or any association with the web site's operators.  dmhunter.com does not operate, control, or endorse any information, products or services provided by third parties through the Internet.  dmhunter.com is not responsible for the content and performance of these sites.

Inquiries and Comments
Some areas of this website may invite you to submit inquiries and comments. If you would like a response, please provide your preferred contact information, such as name, business name, telephone, email and address. If you do not desire a response, you may make comments without supplying additional personal information. Please note that any email sent over the Internet may be subject to interception by an unauthorized third party. Do not send confidential or privileged information by email.

While we would like to hear from you, we cannot represent you until we know that doing so will not create a conflict-of-interest. Please do not send us any information about any matter that may involve you until you receive, and sign, a written statement from us that we will represent you (an "engagement letter" or "fee agreement"). The best way for you to initiate a possible representation is to call (513) 444-4403. When you receive and sign an engagement letter or fee agreement, you will then be a client, and we may exchange information. Transmittal of information from this site or any use of electronic mail is not intended to create or establish an attorney-client relationship between David M. Hunter, Attorney and Counselor at Law and anyone else. Readers should not act on this information without seeking legal counsel. Do not send us information until you speak with David M. Hunter and receive authorization to send it to us. If you'd like to be contacted, please phone (513) 444-4403.  When you receive and sign an engagement letter or fee agreement, you will then be a client, and we may exchange information freely. Prior to that time, you should assume that any information you send to us would not be kept confidential by us and would not be subject to any attorney-client privilege.

The Use of Information
dmhunter.com will only use your information for the purposes stated when the information was obtained. If mailing lists are offered, and you have selected a specific mailing list, that is the only mailing you will receive. Once  your name is added to a list, we will delete your electronic request. If you ask us a question, we will attempt to provide you with an answer and then delete your electronic message to us. We may, and reserve the right to, keep hard copies of any message you send to us.

If you would like us to add or remove you from a list or show, change, or delete your information, please send an email message to webmaster@dmhunter.com.

Notifications of changes to this policy
By using dmhunter.com and the services available to you on our site, you consent to our collection and use of your information as described in this Privacy Policy. Any change to this Privacy Policy will be posted to dmhunter.com and will take effect as of the posting date. It is your responsibility to check for changes.

If you choose to visit dmhunter.com, your visit and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Privacy Policy, including, as applicable, limitations on damages, limitations on warranties, and application of the laws of the State of Ohio. If any communication from this site is not in conformity with the rules and regulations of any state governing lawyer conduct, David M. Hunter will not accept representation which is based on such communication.

Any reproduction, modification, storage in a retrieval system or retransmission, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical or otherwise, for reasons other than personal, non commercial use, is strictly prohibited without prior written permission from David M. Hunter, Attorney and Counselor at Law.